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Present Simple- rules and examples

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Marzena Marzena

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Transcript of Present Simple- rules and examples

Present Simple
We use Simple Present to:
When you use he, she or it, you have to used an
-s
,
-es
or
-ies
with the verb
F
o
r
E
x
a
m
p
l
e
Affirmative
Subject + Verb + Complement
Negative
Subjects + Auxiliary Verb (
don't/doesn't
) + Infinitive Verb + Complement
Questions
Auxiliary Verb + Subject + Infinitive Verb + Complement ?
express the idea that an action is
usual

WALK
I
You
We
They
walk
He
She
It
I
You
We
They
walk fast
He
She
It
walk
s
fast
Examples
Example
>I don't read that book.

>She doesn't read those books.
1. I
like
reading books.
2. We
read
that book.
Examples
We use present simple tense:
For repeated or regular actions in the present time period.


1. I take the train to the office.


2. The train to Warsaw leaves at 5.


3. John usually sleeps eight hours.
Examples:
For facts:
Examples:
The President of the USA lives in the White House.

A dog has got four legs.

They come from Switzerland.
For habits
s
>I get up early every day.


Examples
Do you read those books?
Does he read those books?
3. She
read
s
a lot of books.
4. He often
read
s
in the park.
Watch
es
He

She
It
Verb to be :
am
stud
ies
is
He
are
She
It
I
You
We
They
He
She
It
Affirmative:
Negative:
Question:
Subject + Verb
to be
+ Complement
Subject + Verb
to be
+ not + Complement
Verb
to be
+ Subject + Complement ?
Examples
> I am a human.

> He is not a human.

> Are you a human?
>They visit grandparents every weekend.
>Carol brush
es
her teeth twice a day.
podmiot + czasownik + dopełnienie
She work
s
at home.
He get
s
up at 6.
He brush
es
teeth and ha
s
a shower.
He ha
s
breakfast.
He usually go
es
to bed at 10 p.m.
podmiot
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